Lecture Notes Section 2.1
Section 2.1 Sets and Set Operations
We tend to place things in categories, which allows us to order and structure the world. Our minds
cannot find order and meaning without creating collections. Mathematicians c
Lecture Notes Section 2.2 & 2.3
Section 2.2 Applications of Venn Diagrams
Venn Diagrams are very useful tools for visualizing the relationships between sets, especially in survey
analysis. Surveys are often used to divide people or objec
Lecture Notes Chapter 6
Section 6.1 Voting Systems
Voting is an essential element in any democratic form of government. Once votes have been cast, they
must be counted, and a winner must be declared. Deciding who wins an election is ulti
Liberal Arts Mathematics
Class Times: TTh 4:00 5:15 PM
Class Location: MH 565
Final Exam: Tuesday, December 15th from 5:00 6:50 PM
Instructor: Mackenzie Carrillo
Office Location: MH 63
Office Hours: T
1. A survey of 75-college students showed the following data:
40-had a car; 50-had a computer; 32-had a TV;
16-had a car and TV; 35-had a car and computer; 25-had a computer and a TV;
15-had all three.
How many students had none of the 3 item
Ch. # 8
A polygon is a closed plane figure whose sides are line segments that intersect only at
the end points.
The perimeter of a two-dimensional figure is the sum of the lengths of its sides.
1. A quadrilateral is a polygon th
exam 2 review
1. Which of the following is not correct
A. P() = 0
B. P(S) = 1
C. 0 < P(E) < 1
2. True or false: we will use permutation if the order of selection does matter.
3. Find 5P2 = 20
4. Find 5C2 10 =10
Exam 3 review
Exam 3 will cover sections 5.3, 5.4 and chapter 8 material.
Multiple choices (# 1 10)
1. True or false: an annuity is simply a sequence of equal, regular payments into an account in
which each payment receives compound interest.